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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - August 25, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana A j Ai fit i new series vol. 7, no. 46 Williamsport Indiana thursday August 25,1921 i. W. Gripe owner and publisher. Teachers inst iture Good lectures Good music and visitors feat ties of Institute areal across the Wabash Attica Leger and Tribune forms merger Friday making a great daily the Warren county teachers Institute Conte de in the court room in Williamsport monday morning. The sessions will continue throughout the week. There Are about seventy five teachers in regular attendance and a number of visitors drop in from time to time. Or. Thurman b. Rice of Indianapolis lectures on the general subject of heredity. Prof. F. Tilden of Depauw University lectures on modern american literature. Miss Owens who. Represents the Victor talking machine gives a demonstration each afternoon showing the uses which May be made of the Victrola in the school room. Demonstration plays Are Given wherein the teachers act the parts their pupils will be expected to take when using the machine in school. Or. Martin a representative of the Mcmillan publishing company was present tuesday mor tug and gave a most helpful and interesting talk on the teaching of history to children. Wednesday morning the devotional exercises were conducted by Rev. J. E. Mccloud pastor of the Williamsport m. E. Church. John f. Haynes manager quot of the Yijung Peoples Reading Circle was present and gave one of his inspiring talks which he does so Well state thigh school inspector e. B. Wetherow was present wednesday morning and talked upon the three Mew school Laws Viz. Pension Law truancy Law classification on in it Diana schools a a the following is the enrolment of teachers Anna l. Allen Anna Allen. Mrs. O. Arvidson Velda m. Anderson Agnes Barwick Ruby Carter buckles Gladys m. Beckette Florence Borders Iva Brenner Gladys Biggs quot Verna m. Burghart Gertrude Ballah Norra Cantrall Lota Cantrall Blanche Cronk Florence Cronkhite William Davis Lelia Demotte Jno Downey Mary e. Landon Luther b. Mann Walter l. Myers Etta Musson Hattie g. Miller Luella Myers Mary Miller Mabel Mckinzie Esther Mann else Neal Nellie Ogle Helen f. Pugh Vivian Phillips Cecil pleasant Irene Pierce Ruth Pierce Beulah George w. Peck Nelle Rigdon Gertrude Etnire fairy Farden Lela Fergel Doris Foster Methelyn a Gregory Elizabeth Gep Hart Ruth Gephart Agnes Gilber Inez gouty Ruby Opal Hillyer Estat. Hildenbrand Lucy Herricks Geneieve Herricks Helen Horn Hazel Hamilton Bernice Hunter the weekly Attica Ledger and the daily Tribune which have been issued under the same management for some time were merged into the daily Ledger Tribune last week. The first Issue of the merger was put out Friday. This and the subsequent issues of the Ledger Tribune have been coming to our desk daily and we take pleasure in expressing our compliments on this splendid production. In a word the daily Attica Ledger Tribune is a real newspaper. A City of five times the size of Attica might Well feel proud of such an up to Date live newspaper As the Ledger Tribune. The mechanical make up is of the highest Quality it is brim full of up to Date news and carries a profitable amount of commercial and Legal advertising. The publisher j. Frank Mcdermond jr., is a real newspaper Man. He is especially equipped by natural endowment education and experience for the excellent work he is doing. He is a splendid Type of the Man who has struck his calling. We congratulate Attica on its splendid daily newspaper which is such a potent Factor in boosting the various enterprises of the City. We consider ourselves fortunate in being in such close proximity to this splendid Enterprise. Will count ballots of special election Board Mei vibes chosen for each precinct Are printed below Justice Powell s court grinds out wrists Fence items Justice Thomas c. Powell s court had several wrists to grind last week most of which had been Preci rated by quot White quot Mace Park the vigilant night watchman of Williams port saw evidence of quot mule quot at the Bair game sunday. He took pains to warn several of the hilarious ones to watch their step but they would not heed his warnings. They slopped Over and marshal Mace Lead to arrest them. Monday Dell Mckinney was hauled into Justice Powell s court on a drunk and disorderly charges and was fined $1.00 Ami Cost amounting to$10.80 which he paid. Frank Mcelhoe was arraigned on a Simular charge and assessed a like amount. Frank did t have the change with him at the time and arranged to pay within thirty Days. Dandy Smith was a like offender and he too was handed the same. Dandy was t just prepared to Cash out so he too promised to Call within thirty Days. Ray Darding became Over saturated with Juicy fruit and in a general Melee smashed a window and broke a door and raised Cane quot in. A general. Upon request town mar Tom butt went and got Ray and in Justice Powell s court he too was set Back to the amount of $10. James Ellers and Harry Taylor or. And mrs. O. W. Fisher returned Home from visiting relatives in Brown county last thursday evening. They report a Good time. Amick and family returned from spending a couple of weeks in Iowa visiting relatives. Thomas Downey and family left Here saturday for a week s stay in Brown county Indiana. Bessie and Luara Gillespie spent last week with relatives in Lafay Ette. Jake Armstrong is on the sick list or. And mrs. George Keister spent last Friday in Danville. Wheel Rev. And mrs. Hackle quot were returning Home from Jud Yville sunday evening they lost a suit Case some where Between Pence and Jud Yville. The Pence band has been engaged to furnish the music for the Wood Adams to Farmer in Crossin Accident the Ford Sedan was Demol listed but the Driver escapes uninjured clean up Campaign supt. Ported by red Cross Clem Jones sr., Well know Farmer residing near Pine Village had a narrow escape from death tuesday morning at 11 30 As he was entering Oxford where he was called on Busi Ness. Or. Jones was driving a new Ford Sedan and at the Crown Street crossing in Oxford did not hear the engine whistle or the crossing Bell because of his closed car. A High Bank on thei Side of the track obscured Man picnic to be held at West Leb the View. A freight on the la amp anon labor Day september 5. J. H. Wosley was in town tuesday. Attica route five Jessie Kitts Xie Rigdon f. Lillis Rhode Harvey Simmerman Eva Simmerman Thaddeus Shepherd Chester Shepherd Olind Skinner ivies. I. T. Slauter Musie Tribbett Lora Thorn Marie Wilber Henry e. Wright and Willis Whickcar. Band concert tuesday night attracts 1200 tuesday evening was band concert night in Williamsport the weather conditions were Ideal for. An out doors concert. One of the largest crowds of the season was present. By actual count 167 automobiles were lined up along main Street. A conservative estimate places the crowd on the streets and in the stores at 1200. The concert on tuesday Marks the close of the season for this year but plans Are already under Way for a Strong organization for next year. The people from the surrounding a country like to come to Williamsport can band concert nights and the town is certainly glad to have them. With the big sunday base Ball Gaimes and the numerous other attractions Visi a tors form the 4mpr ?3sion that things Are quot doing quot around Here. We want to assure them they Are not far Rong. Had a Little dispute which they could not Settle. They were called before Justice Powell monday who acted As referee in the conflict. Quot the dispute arose Over a $10.00 Bill which mysteriously disappeared from the trouser s pocket of Taylor. It seems that Harry Taylor had Leff a pair of his trousers at the Homo of James Ellers near Pine Village which contained $10.00, $5.00, $2.00, and $1 Bills. When the $10.00 Bill was found missing Taylor accused Ellers of stealing it we Rich charge was denied by Ellers. In the Justice s court Taylor was unable to prove his charge. Taylor was fined $12.00 for making a false accusation and signed a statement that he did not have evidence against Baler to i Rove his charge. Taylor had loaned Baler $10.00 and Baler made Good the debt by issuing a Check for the amount payable to Taylor. Ice Cream social Hickman a Heights Church saturday evening Ait fast 27. It mrs. Tom Fink and children spent tuesday afternoon with the former s parents or. And mrs. Jay Warbritton and family. Mrs. Sarah Martin entertained tuesday mrs. John Stoner and children of Indianapolis mrs. Seymour Rhodes and daughters of Chatterton and Mary Haddock. Mrs. Richard Balser and son spent thursday with the former s parents Jay Warbritton and family. Jay Warbritton and son Harry were Attica callers Friday. Or. Henry. Martin and son Clair were in Williamsport tuesday afternoon. Clair Martin was a caller in Williamsport saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jay Warbritton Ruby and Elsie Martin and James Kirts called on mrs. Sarah Martin Friday Cline and family entertained at dinner sunday or. Jeff Pierce Henry Martin and family mrs. Sarah Martin Bessie and Clent Mie Jones the Rev. John servies wife and baby and Lawrence Beason. W. Railroad coming into Oxford and the Jones machine hit the engine about the Center. How or. Jones escaped was a mystery but he suffered Only slight bruises and Cutts the Sedan was a Complete wreck. There have been Many accidents at this crossing in the past. East Side wins again real estate Transfer by John held abstracted John j. Morgan and wife to Charles e. Munson warranty deed for 1-7 interest in 160 acres of land in Medina township dated August 12th, 1891�?$1.00. William Young and wife to Ira Cadwallader warranty deed for property in West Lebanon dated 1, 1914-$150.00 Ira Cadwallader and wife to pay ton Palmer co., warranty deed for property in y fat Lebanon dated the East Side business men s Ball team of Williamsport by defeating the West siders for the second consecutive time last thursday Are proclaimed champions. East Side won the first game by score 16to 14 and won this game by a score of 31 to 20. A great increase in skill Over that of the proceeding game was manifested in the contest. Errors were less numerous and there were a number of Good plays on both sides. The West siders showed great ability to rally and in the ninth inning with the score 31 to 16 against them staged a rally which netted them four runs. Among the features of the game was a Home run by sheriff Stewart with the bases full. The National government has inaugurated a quot clean up Campaign quot which has for its purpose the putting of All cd Fitima of veterans of the world War who Are entitled to government assistance in process of adjudication. The american red Cross and the american legion have been requested to assist in the nation wide work. Miss Eva Moore local director of red Cross work is making a special Effort through her department to cooperate with this movement. The purpose As stated in a letter from coh Forbes director of the Bureau of War risk insurance is quot to fully advise Allex service persons of their rights under the War risk insurance a. To assist disabled. Sex service persons in securing compensation medical treatment and Hospital care to inform and assist All claimants regarding the procedure necessary in filing for compensation and insure nce to assist those whose claims Are pending in securing final action where additional evidence is necessary to connect their disability with service or other data required by the Bureau of War risk insurance and to provide for immediate physical examination where necessary and promptly furnish hospitalization for urgent Normal enrolment expected at Purdue a\1fe of or. Stone appointed administer matrix indications Are for nor Nykl enrolment in the freshman class at Purdue University this fall despite the unsettled business conditions. Registrar r. B. Stone reports that applications for enrolment have been received at the same rate As in the last few years which shows a steadily growing demand for College training. Owing to higher Entrance requirements at Purdue this year the fresh Man class May be somewhat reduced Over the last two years. August 9th, 19�i�?$150.00. Samuel h. Dikes Tojo on h. Trent 6 acres in Steuben towns ii dated August 18th,�921�?$2,000.00. Notables will at fend meeting Gen. J. J. Pershing and vice president Coolidge Luave notified Illinois state officials of the american legion that Only business of the Fuci most importance could prevent their attending the state Contention of the legion at Decatur 111., october 10-11. Declares child labor Law unconstitutional Greensboro n. C.,aug, 22-judge James e. Boyd in Federal court today held the new Federal child labor Law unconstitutional. The Owen Keating child labor Law was also held unconstitutional by judge Boyd two years ago and Liat ruling was upheld by the supreme court of t4.he i cited states. Warren county farm sold at $274.50 per acre Charles a Dysert of Liberty township sold his farm of 24o,acres tuesday to James Bowman of Hoopeston Illinois for $247.50 per acre. Several Flats in Danville 111., and some land in Vermillion county were taken in on the Trade by or. Dysert. Through the office of John held in Williamsport. Will Mart ind the has at raved froth his Home in los Angeles California to and about a month visiting a la tires in Attica and Pine Villiage. Mrs Margaret Stone widow of or. W. E. Stone president of Purdue University who was killed in the Canadian Rocky mountains a month ago has been appointed administer matrix of his estate by the circuit court. She was represented by Stuart Sim amp Stuart attorneys and qualified by giving $100,000 Bond. Or. Stone s estate consists of $50,-000worth of personal property and the Horne in West Lafayette opposite the Purdue Campus on which a valuation of $7,000 was placed. Mrs. Stone who is now a at the family Home recovering from cer ordeal in the mountains expects to Rem in there until bar condition improves so that she can make other plans. The following named persons have been selected by the Chai Rinen of the Republican and democratic Central committees of Warren county to hold the special. Election on tuesday september 6, 1921, at which election the voters both male and female will cast their ballots for the adoption or rejection of the 13 a amendments to be added to the Constitution which were proposed by the last general Assembly. The boards selected Are As follows Adams township. East precinct inspector Harry Pierce judge j. A. Sims clerk Joseph l. Williams. West precinct inspector Frank b. Ogborn judge James d. Hooker a clerk Clair Rhode. Kent township. Kent precinct inspector Evan Jones judge James o. Murphy clerk Fred r. Bell. Jordan township. North precinct inspector Thos Gillespie judge s. W. Shatell clerk Abner Winegardner South precinct inspector John h. Crawford judge Ernest Mccand less clerk mrs. Clara George. Liberty township. East precinct inspector Chester l. Parker judge William Woods clerk. George Cameron. West Liberty inspector Arbey Haupt judge Joseph Hamblin clerk h. B. Campbelljr. A Mound township. Mound precinct inspector Millard Beckett judge William p. Hunter clerk William Mcintosh. Medina township. Medina precinct inspector Bert Thompson judge Joe Biddle clerk Wilmer Frank iii. Pine township. Pine precinct inspector George Bartlett judge Edwin e. Grames clerk James Haslet. Prairie township. Prairie precinct inspector Elmer Foster judge James Farrell clerk Ray leak. Pike Towt Tiship. West precinct inspector w. R. Benedict judge John c. White clerk William Hill. East Pike inspector Earl Hamilton judge John Sexton clerk. Schuyler Hamer. Steuben township. North Steuben inspector George Talbert judge William i. Mung clerk mrs. Dora e. Clark. South Steuben inspector mrs. Beitha Cronkhite judge Peter Roderick clerk mrs. Anna Wagner. Warren towns Lup. East Warrens inspector j. Frank Cowgill judge Jad Steadman Crk Charles Davis. West Warrens inspector Glenn Rhode judge Harry Abolt clerk p. S. Jones. A Arren township. 1st precinct inspector Leroy Brier judge w. W. Robb clerk w. H. Evans. 2nd precinct inspector Samuel Frame judge Wulliam Marlatt Young Peoples class of Jud Yville. The Loyal legion and Swastika. Classes of Young men and Young women of Jud Yville met at the Home of miss Agnes Barwick on wednesday evening August 17 the. Twenty four members responded of Roll Call. Two guests were present. After the business meeting contests were Heid games were played and other amusements helped to make it a very enjoyable evening. Refresh cents were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the Home of Melvin and Dorothy Odle wednesday september 7th. There will be a supper at the car Bondale Church Friday evening August 26, consisting of sandwiches. The Deal was transact it pies cake and ice Cream. Proceeds for the Benefit of the Church. Everybody cordially invited. Mrs. George Yeager and daughter Harriet returned Home after a two weeks visit with or. And mrs. R. Long. Clerk Cecil Haupt. 3rd precinct inspector Hamilton judge de. Held de. Hamilton. Van clerk follows county agent plan and gets ahead what is the Best system of farming i can follow to make this soil pay quot asked Wilford Carter a Laporte county Farmer of county agent c. A. Buechner two years ago. Or. Buechner outlined a system which included both soybeans and Alfalfa in order to. Get legumes growing on the 220 a,cre3 of quot Sandy land. Or. Carter followed the Bug Gest tons and started his Alfalfa last year by thoroughly preparing the seed bed after risking in three tons of Limestone to the acre and about eight tons of manure. In three cuttings off a ten acre Field this year quot he harvested 27 tons of Alfalfa getting ten tons at the first two cuttings and three the last one besides providing for pasture at the end of the season. Carter s neighbors who said Alfalfa could t be grown on such poor land Are following the sam9 / method this year. Lis / a Wmk amp is amp a i

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